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in that kitchen. >> things you never thought about. >> we run scan alerts every week and the bbb helps us out with that, all the time. angie barnett is in here, to talk to about a special awards ceremony they have coming up to honor businesses who have great ethics, integrity. all that. >>> let's get to today's hot topics. it's all about politics this morning. it was a weekend packed with surprises, delaware senate candidate christine o'donnell talking about witchcraft, sarah palin falling to 5th place. colin powell taking obama and all the delegates. prompted by this clip from a 1999 episode of abc's politically incorrect. shown over the weekend by bill maher on his hbo show. >> one of my first dates with a witch was on a satanic altar. >> i was in high school. how many of you didn't hang out with questionable folks in high school? but no, there's been no witch craft since, if there was, karl rove would be a supporter now. >> reporter: on one side detractor karl rove has accused her of saying nutty things. the witchcraft comments included. >> in southern delaware, there are a lot of church-g
months in a prison in iran, sarah shourd is back on u.s. soil and begging for the release of her two companions. >>> and bear attack, a washington man is savagely mauled while walking his dogs, as his wife steps in. >> oh, god, his head is all bashed in and he's dying. >> we'll talk with her exclusively about how she helped save his life early this monday exclusively about how she helped save his life early this monday morning, september 20th, 201. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. from new york. good to be back with all of you. i'm maggie rodriguez. good to be back with you, as well, harry. >> good morning. welcome back. >> thank you. >> baby pictures later, right? >> absolutely. >> can't wait for that. i'm harry smith. good morning, everybody. lots of news this morning especially in terms of hurricane igor. during the night bermuda just waking up to the devastation caused by the powerful storm, our dave price is here and he has the latest. dave? >> good morning, harry. here's what we know, slowly weakening continuing to pound bermuda, a huge storm but as it passed over the
in this parking area. neighbors pointed the area out to us and we found crime scene tape here as well. here's what police say happened next. >> they were trying to approach him to make contact with him. shots -- a shot was fired and the officer felt that he was in danger at that point and responded to that shot firing several rounds. >> reporter: but what exactly happened is not known for sure. police say the man, 28-year-old owe livier cohen -- olivier cohen was spotted with a rifle. it's unclear if he shot at the officers or that single shot heard was that of cohen shooting himself. still the officer felt the need to protect himself. >> the gunshot was heard by the officers that were responding and at this point everything of that nature is still under investigation by our criminal investigation division and some of those determinations are yet to be made. >> reporter: cohen was pronounced dead at the scene. the officer was not hit. the scene outside the cohen home in germantown friends of the family told us off camera that they have a hard time believing cohen would have attempted to harm a pol
is joining us live from 495. >> reporter: anybody that has ever driven along the 395 corridor during rush hour know how bad it can be. but many drivers fear with the opening of this new mark center, many people fear that rush hour conditions on 395 could get much, much worse. two hours a day worth in fact. and last night, hundreds of fairfax county residents preparedded with the officials at the department of defense to delay the opening till better transportation is in place. they say it will be intolerable conditions for drivers. and now 6400 people are set to start working at the mark center next fall. he was built nowhere near a metro station. it would force and influx much drivers on the i495 corridor, tacking on an average of two hours are to the commute. the department of defense says don't worry, we got a plan. they are going to stagger work hours and encourage workers to carpool. but there are people are saying there's no way that will work. >> this is absurd to our intelligence. i beg you to look at the idea of true mass transportation. >> reporter: that's a terrible thought. an
that e was offended by the recent remarks jessamy made about bernstein taking us intact years if elected. michael buczyner fox 45 news late he dismiss the final push baltimore county execctive as well. kevin kamenetz and supporters greeted motorists in randallstown. councilman bartenfelderrmet with residents at the overlea senior center. of experience, knowledge, and vision, i am not running on a ppst record but running on what iiwant to do for this county. >> run our overnment efficient and effectively. and still deliver the services that people expect by taxes they pay. >> both crisscrossing the county tomorrow, greeting voters at the polls. >> marylanders are getting calls from sarah palin. >> hi, this is governor sarah palin. here to tell you that brian governor with a private sector3 experience to get maryland's econnmy moving. >> palin also underscores that murphy is not a career politician, and the only true conservative republlcan in the race for governor against former governor ehrlich ttmorrow. ehrlich was just endorsed by senator mccain. palin's running mate, of course in the
but it will make its way to a nice afternoon and mixture of sun and clouds will give us a warm-up, up cose to 80. you can follow that at the our wake-up window at the bottom of the screen. major headline here, hurricane igor, still a category 4, a little weaker. now joined by hurricane julia, that we're watching out there in the open waters of the atlantic. now igor down to 135 mile-per-hour winds. that is below the 150 mark that we had measured yesterday. at least the national hurricane center had measured. we don't personally go out there for you. but we're watching hurricane julia off the coast of africa, now winds of 75 miles per hour. and just upgraded to hurricane status this morning. locally, maryland's most powerful doppler radar, we are dry. we've got ourselves five sweeps across the chesapeake and showing up basically no moisture falling from a few clouds out there. down to 54 in ellicott city. 57 in perry hall. the warm spot, the eastern shore in centreville at 61 degrees. 2-degree guaranteed high with a mix of sun and clouds, up to 80 this afternoon. >>> right now here's kim brown wi
the guy to the ground. they'll have to explain it to all of us. >> reporter: fast forward, billy hits a 38-yard field goal and the ravens take the lead, 10-9. later on, the ravens losing, 12- 10 and flacco throws the third interception on the pass. and seconds left, flacco tossing the fourth interception of the day. that put a wrap on the loss against cincinnati. it's bad, three interceptions, it doesn't matter how you feel about them. >> we can look at the plays all week and the question you have to ask yourself, why not instant replay the plays. >> and 0-2 cleveland comes to baltimore sunday. have a great day, back to you. >> and it was one of the most talked about football games of the weekend as millions watched the second manning bowl. eli manning lead the giants against payton and the colts and this one was one sided. the colts hammered the giants and they cruised to a 38-14 victory. >> payton's good. >> something they can promote. >> payton's good. >> i'm excited, i don't normally get to work monday morning, but i get to be here for manic monday. >> good morning, ron. >> good mornin
? it took as long as it took for us to get 12 people and four alternates that could put aside everything they knew about the case and still be fair. >> those chosen not only had to be patient during the selection process, they must also be prepared to hear a long trial. charles mcganey and jer overwhelm williams are charged in the murder. >> an alleged prankster is none other than justin bieber. >> 11 news has received video of that situation. >> according to police, water baloons were thrown by justin bieber and hit police. no charges have been filed at this point. >> can they do it? absolutely. >> this law professor said charges against the singer are possible but not likely. >> my experience tells me that if anybody, be they a celeb or otherwise, threw a water baloon and hit a police officer, they are probably in for some real talking to and some real yelling at. but i would be surprised if they were actually prosecuted. >> bieber performed before a sold-out crude at the maryland state fair the night the video was shot. the story about the water baloon student has been reported on ent
in this race? >> certainly when i started i was very much a dark horse. i was about 50-1 to use a darker term. right now we're even money, i think we're a very good bet. >> reporter: with ronald reagan looks and many policies to match, holt wants to cut taxes and more. >> i want to absolutely cut property taxes. >> my hand is extended to joe and when i meet him in person i will reknew that as well. i ask joe for his support and more importantly his help. >> reporter: tonight we learn that holt is planning a fundraiser at the end of the month by campaigning together, they're hoping to increase republican turn out here in baltimore county which will be good for both candidates. adam may, wjz news. >>> the rematch is officially back on between maryland's current governor martin o' malley and bob erlich. he greeted a crowd of supporters this morning in annapolis alongside his running mate mary cane. governor martin o' malley easily won the primary. >>> the primary paveed the way for a big political shift in washington, d.c. the city voted out its current mayor adrian senti with 98% of precincts r
the candidates. both are attorneys so they're used to making arguments, this time they're doing it in front of the voters asking for their support. they're running on the same record, patricia jessamy's record says it's a great one. it's a choice for voters, 15-year incumbent patricia jessamy running on her record, both hit polling places to ask for votes. the campaign has been anything but friendly with -- >> i know what i'm doing, i'm getting violent criminals off of the streets. she's has had the backing of religious leaders and he has the support of the police union the state's attorney's office has been unable to work with law enforcement >> reporter: he's raised more money while her adds have defended her record. both of the can dates -- candidates have been out making their case like they would to a jury on why the voters should choose them, it's going to be a long night waiting for the results. >> thank you. it's a very big night for voters in baltimore county as well. in towson they're watching the race for baltimore county executive, two democrats from two very different backgrou
and scratches and cuts, including her upper lip being damaged. >> police said the suspects were using the victims bankcard to collect her social security money. they are currently being held without bail. the victim is in critical condition, and her child is in hands of social services. police are searching for anyone who may have additional information in this case. you are urged to contact baltimore county police. the search is over for a man who escaped police custody with his pregnant girlfriend. paul palme and geena distefano were arrested about 40 miles south of seattle. police said that, made up -- police said that palmer made up a medical emergency to break free. he now faces additional charges. a man who police accused of fleeing the scene of an arm robbery in northeast baltimore is now in custody. authorities say two men held up the pharmacy at a shopping center yesterday. desiccators a police arrived on the scene after the guard reportedly fired several shots at the armed suspect. police said they recovered one weapon. the names of the suspects have not been released. two m
with us. i don't know if we should say chilly. >> some places are chillier than others.ú >> but it feels cold to me. >> a little moisture in the air, it's 68 ddwntown but some areas toward the west are in the 50s, toward oakland we're3 seeing temperatures in the 50sú there. that'ssnot bad. and we're looking at temperatures that are going to be warming up into the low 80ss3 today, yeah, there's the satellite and radar. we picked up aallttll bit of rain, as much as .10 of an inch downtown and hundrrds at bwi where e hovel lemur. it'-- officially measure. here is the front pushing through thht brought us the raii. behind it wiil be drier. -ooler air will be on the way as we get into the beginning of next wwek. we will talk more abouttwhat is happening on the trrpics next right now lauren cooke has the traffic edge. >> reporter: so far so good on the main roads. we have high speedssincluding the northeast corridoo of 95. north of the beltway, you will see no delays to report southbound. yoo're looking at a 44minute3 drive with an average speed of 54 miles per hour. traffic is starting to
for most part. but we're starting to use the brakes duke to seminary. and 495 in virginia, no incidents to report are. back to you. >>> right now we're following breaking news. we've received word of a shooting on capitol hill and c streets. right now they set up a command post. one person has been transported to the hospital. we don't know who was shot or y we have a crew headed to the scene. and we'll bring you any new details as soon as we get them. >>> here's a quick look at some of the stories happening today. virginia's governor will decide whether to grant clemency to teresa lewis. she's on death row for plotting the deaths of her husband and stepson. >>> boards of you'll inside the and continental airlines will vote on their merger. uniteddest coast shub at dulles -- hub is at dulles airport. >>> as the world turns ends his show after 30 years. >>> imagine adding two more hours to your morning commute. that is what some new studies is suggesting will happen when a new defense building will open its doors. there's a potential traffic nightmare. >> to ask us in any way to this sit
and oil began to seep into the gulf which was the start of the worst spill in u.s. history. now, 154 days later, government scientists say the final seal is holding tight and that the well will never leave again. president obama acknowledged the work that had been done and perhaps the more difficult job that lies ahead in a written statement which says in part, "we will continue to work closely with the people of the gulf to rebuild their livelihood and restore the environment that supports them. my administration will see the communities, businesses, and fragile ecosystems through this difficult time." these are difficulties that continue to wash up along the gulf coast. cleanup crews fight every day, but it seems right now the oil is winning. >> we cannot fix this on our own. we can rebuild this on our own. we need help from the whole country. i mean, really, everybody. >> reported for wbal-tv 11 news. >> a cold front made its way through last night. it was a dry cold front, but it made things feel quite pleasant. yesterday, we talked out at 84 degrees which was a little above the usual
advertisements are notorious for stretching the truth. this political season no exception. a viewer sent us a -- what looked like a so-called official ballot here they received in the mail saying me felt it could -- they felt it could mislead voters. but the university of law school dean says political speech, rhetoric and satire are protected by the first amendment and it's up to the voter to decide the truth. >> most political rhetoric is aimed at a small and increasingly smaller middle. these people are more persuadable in part because they generally are ambivalent and in part because it turns out in many cases the middle, or the so-called middle is in fact imposed of people who are less tuned in to politics. >> reporter: graber says our society is so politically porlarrized right now it's hard to change peoples' minds once they are made up. >>> one of the nation's biggest political havanaweights is throwing his support behind robert ehrlich. john mccain announced his endorsement. he made the endorsement after a meeting of the u.s. naval academy board of visitors. sarah palin, is support
election day. >>> good morning. thank you for being with us. i'm steve chenevey. >> and i'm allison seymour. it is 7:00 a.m. and the polls are just opening in the district and in maryland. they'll be open for the next 13 hours, closing tonight at 8:00. >> when the results come in there could be a major change in leadership in the nation's capital. vincent gray has been enjoying leads at the poles over fenty, but the question is can the incumbent turn out enough votes for four more years. we'll share our final interviews with mr. fenty and gray in a moment. >>> the other big race is in prince george's county where there will be a change in leadership and it's likely one of these two men will become the next county executive. we have that state this morning. >>> and state races across maryland, including the state house and senate and local races in several counties, we'll have that all for you this morning. >>> in the meantime, tony perkins joins us this morning. straight up 7:00. this morning is starting off clearer than yesterday. a lot of fog yesterday. >> yeah, today looks good. it's fin
using the back patio of nicole and john armstrong as the back drop. >> how they will deal with the budget challenges next year is going to depend on whether the people making the decisions, jim and jerry or whether they are john boehner. >> reporter: on the senate floor republican leader mcconnell stepped up the rhetorical battle. >> i'm introducing legislation today which ensures that no one in this country will pay higher income taxes next year than they are right now. >> reporter: the president insists letting the cuts on the rich expire will give the government $700 billion to cut the deficit. with tax cuts now a major campaign issue congressional leaders say it's unlikely anything will get done about them on capitol hill until after november. john hendren, abc news, washington. >>> two years after the financial collapse most americans say they are optimistic about the future of their household finances. according to a news survey 81% of responders say they are more responsible with their household money than they were two years ago. many indicated they've changed thei
situation. >> reporter: folks who heard her remarks had this to say. >> gives us a new perspective on how people are being treated. >> she spoke directly to life, pain, the ability to be able to believe beyond what's possible. >> she said if you do things right from the beginning, it will work out in the end. >> we have to reach out, reach back and help. you know, you never know. you could be helping the second black president of the united states of america and next time she might be a woman. >> reporter: in the district karen gray houston, fox 5 news. >> ms. sherrod's plea to support of a new sundays aimed at highlighting individuals who have made a notable contribution to the nation and african american legacy. >>> a leesburg man now a murder suspect in the death of his wife. police got a call yesterday that the wife of steven combs- lafleur had fallen. when they arrived at their home on lime kiln road they realized she had been beaten and she decide on the scene. he's now charged with first degree murder. >>> four people are recovering now from a shooting in northwest just after midni
. >> i believe in the american people and american spirit. they might have taken this buildings ffom us but they will >> back in the city. >> not like they saw them bblow up. the world trade center. you have to have proof. >> american values are viewed differently. >> all muslims are not the same. let the people practice their religion.3 >> in east baltimore. nobody. if they hadddone something, take it to court and prove it. >>>kathleen cairns, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> no word on whether donald trump accepted the offer. >> howard county police say a domestic dispute led to a potential murder-suicide in ellicott city. police found 35-year-old clair stout and 49-yeaa-old reginald van grave shot to death in their home saturday. unmarriid couple lived with three young kids that werr home, at the time.3 >> interviewing young children, having them be witnesses, perhaps, to a criie, is something that is disturbing. even to our officers that specialize in this. >> autopsy results are underway tonight to determine the exact cause of death. >> and this unddrground firee3 cuts off power closing so
. >> reporter: the police commissioner praised overall response. >> i would give us high marks for how it all perseided. there were missteps and no one caused anyone's safety. >> reporter: hop incans -- hopkins never closed. >> i was happy about the feed back and they were like, oh, my gosh, are you okay and seeing the sniper, i was like, wow, this is intense. >> reporter: the gun was so small, it could fit in the palm of your hand. at johns hopkins, i'm mike hellgren, eyewitness news. >>> and right now, the doctor, who's a father of two is still recovering and expected to survive. >>> stay with wjz-13 for a complete coverage of the shootings remember, wjz-13 is always on. for updates on the investigation and the doctor's condition, go to wjz.com. >>> we have breaking news to tell you about from overnight. several were injured in a four car accident on i-695 near perry parkway. the collision caused a car to flip over and one was hospitalized with nonlife threatening injuries and several were treated on the scene. one tried to flee the accident and he's facing charges. >>> and now on to anothe
. with less than 3 hours to go noo before the polls close, bbrnstein tells us hees beth excited and enthused. >> well we think weehave un a very ppofessional campaign and i think that after 15 years people are ready for a change and more importantly i think that we have really tapped into sommthing. i thinn people all over the city are frustrateddwith the crime and want to see change. >>reporter: well, bernstein has out spent his opponent during this campaignn tonight after 8:00 o'clock when the polls close we feigned out if the money is well spent. live in canton, fox 45 news at 5:30. >> voters also deciding priiary battle in the race for governor incumbent o'malley meeting voters in clump bay this afternoon. he didn't cast a ballot today bbcauss he more than a week ago. he'soting the overwhelming favorite against 2 other ccndidate in the democratic primarr. >> this is theeprimary whilee6 not be many contested election at the top of the ticket and of course this is part of our democracy so we encourage even to turn out to vote..% >>reporter: on the republlcan side bob urlich wws i
martin will soon hit the auction block in london. it comes with the fun toys sean connery used in the film like the bulletproof shield. the car is expected to go for $5 million. i love the bond movies. >> the machine gun is activated. >> the whole nine yards. they have $5 million to spend. i want to save a little money. what do you have in the next half hour. >> this is news for the rest of us. we will save green while being green. some downs on great green products. >> i'm with you. i love the bond films. >>> surveillance a video of an armed robbery in ashburn. the bandit asked for change and when the clerk opened the register, the man grabbed a knife, pulled out the money and ran. they think the same robber hit a hair cutterry and taco bell earlier this month. >>> 62year -old ronald burr jess was walking to work yesterday when the accident happened. the prince georges county officer said he never saw burgess coming and he was wearing dark clothing and was not in a cross walk. the department is investigating. >>> a woman struck by a car in adams morgan earlier this monday as d
, not politicians and we're eager to have our children return to us. >> reporter: the family members spoke at a news conference with sara. she says when the others are released, she doesn't feel fully free. this is not the time to celebrate. my disappointment in not sharing this with shane and josh is crushing. i stand before you today 1/3 free. >> reporter: president mahmoud ahmadinejad is attending meetings today and having him in town lets protestors send their messages. >> reporter: politicians and activists gathered near the un in building a nuclear arsenal and the abuse of human rights. in an interview in new york, he pointed to his release of a hiker as a humanitarian gesture saying that the u.s. should release eight iranians. >> the u.s. government should make a humanitarian gesture. >> reporter: he says she's seeking peace and the future belongs to iran. >>> ahmadinejad will address the general assembly thursday. >>> right now, the damage is assessed after hurricane igor battled bermuda. it was a force to be wreck conned with. heavy rains and winds knocked out power to 20,000 people. they w
'm mindy basara. >> i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> tony pann has a check of the forecast. >> no pressure, mindy, huh? you want perfect temperatures and clear skies. >> you can deliver that, i know you can. >> you're right, i can. autumn does begin wednesday night. we're counting down. the equinox is at -- >> party at your house. >> it is a big meteorological party. i don't know if you guys are invited. it's kind of wild. you know those equinox parties, i don't know. >> i'm not sure i can handle that. >> i don't know if you're ready for an equinox party, but i'll let you know. let's talk about what's happening right now. things are nice and quiet. partly cloudy skies, the temperatures are kind of mild for this time of the year, this time of the day, in the mid 60's. a little breeze coming out of the north at 7 miles per hour. it is going to be a breezy afternoon, but just a mix of sun and clouds expected with high temperatures in the upper 70's. so a nice start to the workweek. we do have some rain in the forecast for later on this week. i'll show you the s
stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> sandra shaw has a quick look at the forecast. we did get some rain yesterday. >> we did not get the severe weather. one person was killed with a tornado. we were on the weaker side of things. the front is still moving offshore. it is still a little moist outside. it will be until this afternoon until we get dried out. we could see gusts of up to 25 miles per hour. we are a little bit above normal. it will be a beautiful weekend with plenty of sunshine. right now your morning commute with kim dacey. >> we have some good news. we have no accidents to report. it is smooth sailing out there. 66 on the northeast corner. 65 on the topside of the beltway. 58 on the west side of the beltway. no delays. 11 minutes on the outer loop topside from 95 to 83. eight minutes between the harbor tunnel toll plaza and 95, 9 minutes. looking at no delays at all. this is that old court road. very light volume for this time of the morning. 95 north of the beltway, you can see stop on traffic is a little heavier northbound. no delays just yet. that is
, who advised she had beaten her aunt with a club, the device use of usually used -- device usually used to secure vehicles. >> reporter: according to the charging documents, cecilia was struck in the head multiple times. according to charging documents, she hit her aunt with a club and the woman was lying on the floor in the front room, where they also found the club steering wheel locked with blood on it. simmons was in the dining room. her hands were covered with blood ask blood spatder patterns were on her clothing and skin. police say simmons, whose name was here, told the 911 operator, quote, i hit my aunt and i don't know why. she's being held in custody on murder charges. >>> and as of now, city police have no motive for the beating. back to you. >> thank you very much, pat. >>> a tragic ending to a football viewing party in anne arundel county. county police say a group of friends was watching football at the pier 7 marina in edgewood tonight. after the game, french-year-old jeff rae of -- 47-year-old jeffrey fitzgerald. russian crews later found fitzgerald's body under the pier
and join us live in west baltimore. hello, david. >> burns did pick of the endorsement of a well-known attorney and a former judge. >> how are you? >> fine. >> this that both -- they both spent part of their day campaigning. >> i think his platform is superior to hers. she had a failed tenure as the state attorney. >> later, the baptist minister party conference representing more than 200 of the city's religious leaders announced their backing for patricia jessamine. this persistent violence that seems to play every neighborhood, she has been a tireless worker for prevention, drug treatment on demand. >> bernstein says he is willing to consider alternate to jail for drug charges. >> many the intervention and prevention? >> i encourage those programs and a good partner with people who want to set them up. it is not the job of the state's attorney to be initiating them and creating them. >> she stands by her record and expresses disappointment that in her words it has been distorted. >> i have had tough political challenges in the past. i think this has been the most divisive. >> i
the door, stay away from windows. >> actually i was about to leave. as i was leaving they told us get back. and they secured us in the lobby for about half an hour. >> reporter: thousands work at john hopkins. news from police that a distraught man shot and killed his ailing mother, shot and wounded a doctor and shot and killed himself was disruptive. >> when do you think you're going to call it a day? >> right now. >> we're going back home. >> i don't think they're going to get everything done soon, and i'll just reschedule. >> reporter: everyone john hopkins is not immune from the violence that sees and heals on a daily basis. >> it's just scary and sad. and i just don't know what to think. >> reporter: hopkins security officials say they sent out a campus wide alert immediately after the shooting. they say it was lessons learned following the tragedy in virginia tech. denise-- >> kai thank you very much. pat warren has more on reaction from the people who knew the suspect. >> reporter: no one could have guessed at this shocking outcome. 45-year-old dr. david cohen lives in this quiet re
their election eve speeches. >> joining us live from the newsroom, carey has the details. >> the race is so tight, both spend the night pressing for more votes. both have learned important endorsements, but neither could sway the editorial board of "the jewish times." >> sticking to familiar territory on the eve of the primary election, the baltimore county primary executive candidate flashed his times as he counted down the tower until the polls opened. >> this is my home district that i have represented for the last 16 years. >> over in woodlawn, baronfelder appeared at a community meeting to tell the voters how is best suited to run the county. >> i get energized and it keeps me going, which is why i am running. >> a career farmer, he is endorsed by county fire unions. >> i do not think you need to be a lawyer to be a ceo. . i have been in the legislature before this. >> camanintz highlights his endorsements to prove that he is right for the county. >> i have the knowledge and experience. >> a positive message of keeping neighborhoods safe, schools strong with efficient and modern governments.
he was distraught over her prognosis. and used a tiny, 32-caliber cal tech semi automatic handgun, like this one, hitting dr. david cohen with a single shot to the stomach, before killing his mom and then himself. >> it's a very, very small weapon. the whole thing could be concealed in the palm of your hand. >> reporter: partis had a permit to carry a concealed weapon in virginia. but he had no criminal record. >> reporter: partis lived with his mother in this home in arlington, virginia. his brother said he'd make the driver to johns hopkins almost daily, where she was getting treatment to battle cancer. and he thought her health was not improving. >> i guess he thought she was suffering a lot. and that she wasn't going to be able to walk again. >> the fbi is helping baltimore city investigators research any warning signs, whether partis had acted erratically recently. >> i think it all acted quickly. i think based on what we've seen in the crime scene, based on how the evacuation of the doctor played out. >> reporter: he just wanted to stay with her. and to be with her. >> repor
to prevent thieves from stealing their cars. >> the victim was struck repeatedly with the club usually used to secure automobiles. >> simmons called 911 to report what happened. she told the operator, "my aunt is lying on the floor diana. she said, "i hurt her and i do not know why." the located simmons in the dining room with blood on her hands, face, clothing. it down the locking device and blood was on it. >> the investigation is still quite preliminary. we do not have an indication of motive at this time. again, the suspect was taken into custody. i am sure more will develop. >> simmons is being held without bail. she was given a psychiatric assessment today and a bail hearing is set for tomorrow. barry simms, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a verdict tonight in the first of several trials. he is one of six suspects charged with planning and carrying out the death of william reporter. we are live in robinson with the latest tonight. lee said? >> the jury took less than two hours to convict the guilty of conspiracy to commit murder. >> no one thought she was really going to do it. >> he is charged w
wiener joins us live in pikesville with a closer look at that race. >> supporters will gather here in pikesville. joe's will gather in the parks bill. they say they feel good. the board felt the people say they feel caught -- cautiously optimistic. their styles could not appear more different. consider a few weeks ago. i took an elevator to interview them. the farmer and the lawyer who worked together side by side for years are caught up in a campaign that some call ugly and aggressive. >> he had to vote in a white t- shirt today because of laws for having campaigned promotions. when he came out, he put on his collared shirt back on. it is a matter of the voters for baltimore county to decide whether they want to move forward with positive leadership as we move in the future to make his catch a better place for all of us. his opponent and colleague voted back on september 3rd joining the early voter crowd. >> we will pump everyone up and we are all excited, right? >> he told us on sunday he was surviving these final days on coffee and read all. that same day, bartenfelder said he w
word. >> one we should all use today. >> like turning starbucks products into gold. >> or sand. >> i think it is. another great story from the west coast we will be talking about in a little bit. bill clinton, somehow managing to get right smack-dab in the middle of that california gubernatorial campaign. he's not even trying. this guy, jerry brown and bill clinton, these guys just hate each other and impacting that race. >> here's my guess, although bill clinton is now in the middle of that race spiritually, my guess is physically, corporately, he may not be at jerry brown's side campaigning on his behalf before november 2nd. >> jerry brown, i forgot this, he refused to endorse bill clinton in 1992, after clinton had locked down the nomination. >> it's true. >> jerry brown, the first guy to bring up whitewater. jerry brown, a guy that bill clinton, just to set the back story, remember the '92 debate, where clinton gets read -- how dare you attack my wife? before we get to the news. >> it's primary day -- >> hold on. i got you guys some gifts, really quickly. >> oh. >> tuscaloosa. th
, the capital, was under water and littered with debree. residents of bermuda, long used to tropical weather, left the streets deserted. >> safety first. we can always rebuild. we already know to rebuild. >> reporter: in fact bermuda has a strict building cones. walls must be at least eight inches thick able to withstand winds of 08 miles an hour. >> i'm not scared at all. i think it's an awesome force of nature. if you can experience it, that is amazing. >> reporter: officials will be in bermuda to assess the damage. so far, there's no word of any serious injuries. >> the first warning weather coverage continues. bob? >> right now igor is about 400 miles northeast of bermuda, so they have sunshine. it's still a category one, minimal category one. it's moving northeast at 26 miles an hour. see that little dot there. that is, in fact, bermuda, it passed at 40, 45 miles west of bermuda. also in the tropics, julia is weak and is moving off to the east. it's not going to affect any and. here's another area, africa, which will be tracking. it could become a tropical depression by tomorrow, but it
and collapsed, 11 lives were lost. and oil began to seep into the gulf, the start of the worst spill in u.s. history. 150 days later, it is quiet with no ceremonial fanfare. government scientists say that the final seal, 74 barrels of cement, once stood over night pressure tests and that the well will never leaked again president obama acknowledged the work that has been done and perhaps the most difficult job that lies ahead. "we will continue to work closely with the people of the gulf, to rebuild their livelihoods, and restore the environment that supports them. my administration will see our communities, businesses, and fragile ecosystems through this difficult time." those are difficulties that continue to wash up along the gulf coast. while crews may have permanently stop the flow of oil, it does not mean that there is not oil in the water. you do not have to go that far or look that far to find it. cleanup teams fight every day. it seems that the oil is still winning the battle. >> i have been taking people up and down the shoreline for weeks, months now, watching the cleanup. it jus
for joining us this morning. but get a check on weather and traffic on this friday. it is one of those weeks that went on forever. >> that cold front zipped on throughout last night and give a some much-needed rainfall. we're trying out just in time for the weekend. we will be breezy in the wake of that front. we will be a little above normal, 81 to 84 degrees. the wind could be gusting out of the northwest. we have clear skies for your outdoor plants. 55 in the outlying suburbs. 62 downtown tonight. >> traffic looking good. not a whole lot to talk about. downed wires in the city are now clear. we are up to speed on the major roadways. 60 on the west side. 57 on the j.f.x. as you head down into the city. 67 on 95 in the northeast corner. very smooth out there. 12 minutes all the way down. four minutes between 32 and 100 heading into the city. looking at seven minutes at the harbor tunnel toll plaza. no delays to report at all. this is the beltway right at exit 24, the harrisburg expressway. moving in just fine. switching over to a live view at the fort mchenry toll plaza. very light volume f
deaddand the gunman killing himself. -> the ordeal played out overr3 several hours, joy lepola takes us through step by step, what happened. >> all start runninn,,and they %-the 8th floor.g happened on >> a guuman creates panic. inside of one of the most prominent hospitals in the nation.ú as he shhots a doctor inside johns hopkiis. >> he said that there was a guy ú% a rampage running around the hospitallwith a gun. >> outside of the hospital, officers quickly cordoned off streets. >> need thhm on the other side. >> police helicopter ccrcles the scene. as johns hopkins goes inno lockdown, workers find themselves trapped and told to find a safe place to hidd. >> they are all locked in the apparently everybody is locked down. they cannot move. >> my area is well secured. so i sat for an hour. >> what was running through your head. >> he could try to get in. i was actually kind of scared. fbi agents, wait o time to get into position. >> he is isslatee or one floor of the hospital. %-building is evacuated. of the >> on the eighth floor of hopkins nelson building where police are focusin
for the weather. >> cool stuff for us this morning, not quite as cool as yesterday morning, but you will need a light jacket at this hour. the barometric pressure at 31.5. we will start out with sunshine this morning. it should stay dry during the day with a high temperature of 82 degrees later on today. so slightly warmer during the day today than yesterday. when we come back, we will check hurricane igor and the seven-day forecast. for now, to the news desk. >> overnight bp engineers began the final plugging of the leak in the gulf of mexico spill. >> jay gray has the latest from louisiana. >> engineers were set to begin the final pressure test on the deep water well. after pouring cement, scientists want to make sure the seal will hold more than 1,100 pounds of pressure per square inch. crew members are confident it will. in the final hours, there has been a sense of pride. >> the fact that it had done so much damage. it is the fact that we were able to help solve and fix something that so many people wanted and needed fixed. >> sealing the well won't solve the problem so many living on th
's a cool one to start out. we're in the 50s for most of us. 55 in bat month and 60 in hagerstown and 60 across the south. everything is ranging from about 50 to 60. we're going to see more clouds mix into the picture today and a little warmer. getting nothing the low 80s for the high and that is because a cold front is passing by. we're not going to see much rain. the dry conditions are going to continue. but we have a front coming through and then we have warm conditions setting in later this week. we'll have your forecast later coming up. >>> a tragic weekend accident claims the life of a harford county teen. the 14-year-old was struck and killed while crossing a busy road in bel-air. and his high school classmates are coming together to grief. >> reporter: good morning. it's been an emotional weekend for dozens of teenagers that new the victim of this fatal crash. and people are so concerned about the busy intersection. a memorial is held saturday at the fallston rec center in memory of joey d'entremont. he died friday night crossing route 24 north of the bel air bypass. people confr
county executive. >> it is time that we put our differences behind us. i reach out to everyone in baltimore county to heal our divisions and join together because once again, i believe that we will be democrats united. >> in a concession statement, he said, i would like to thank all of my supporters, friends, and family. he goes on to say, i am proud of the campaign that we ran. there is no mention of an endorsement after a race often described as a bidder. republican nominee has already firing shots for running a ugly primary campaign. >> he focused on joe's record 20 years ago. then he distorted the record. i think that was entirely unfair. i think really very inappropriate and off the mark for this campaign. >> he made no apologies. >> look, it is the same message they gave to my kids. there is a winner and a loser in every ball game. it is not a reflection on either team. someone has to win and someone has to lose. >> he says he plans to meet with him about their future. his campaign did not comment on a meeting or the possibility of any endorsement. the results and the rac
every day. the head of security told us the alleged shooter check in with security upon entering the hospital at 11:00 today, and like any other visitor, received eight visitors wristband. only high-risk patients and visitors are screened. high-risk peak -- people are those the hospital no could pose a risk to others. johns hopkins does not have metal detectors at any entrance. >> we have over 80 doors, loading docks, emergency exits to these campus buildings. to put a magnetometer at 80 , and the required armed forced that would need to be staffing the magnetometers, is not realistic. >> the head of security also told us that as far as he knows, there are only one or two hospitals in the country that have metal detectors. as far as we have been told, officials are not sure which entranced mr. davis went into. they are in the process of checking surveillance video to see if they can make a timeline and actually map out this whole situation. we are told that the hospital will review and evaluate its visitor screening policies and its overall security procedures. >> you can keep up
everne. and he forgets the little people. and the little people are those who have less than us. you can't forg them. because you know what, they're going to rise, and today they're going to rise. >> he's disconnected. even fenty sporters acknowledge that that's become the perception. but not necessarily the reality. >> we all have dierent personali personalities, but we have to look at the facts. the city's better four years later. whether you look at crime, whether you look at educaon. whether you look at development. >> reporter: neil timmons agrees. >> he's done a pretty good job over the course the last few years that he's been mayor. that's how they're attacking him, he's detached. so what? so's everyone else. that's the best you can do? he's going to do a good job. >> reporter: style or substance, performance or personality. for som voters, it was pretty tough to sit trough it all. >> a bunch of none sense, but i listen to the facts. most of the fact than the drama. just look at the facts of at they can do for d.c. >> now, if as every poll has suggested, adrian fenty does lose to
ispatricia o against the bernstein. david has the latest for us. >> we discovered a clever ploy, some jessamy volunteers are urging supporters to support bernstein. there is another bernstein on the ticket and he is not running for city state's attorney. gregg bernstein and his wife of voted on primary day. incumbent city state attorney pat jessamy revisited in early voting. this may be the most expensive race. the debt -- each has spent more than $150,000. bernstein out-raised jessamy 3- 1. she long-term campaign $100,000. most believe jessamy is in the political life of her life. four years ago, her opponent did very little campaigning but had 20% of the vote. at that time, political observers chalk that up to a protest vote. jessamy calls the 2010 race the most divisive, but not the toughest. she charges that bernstein has completely distorted her record. >> these are all misrepresentations about a record that is built on that occasion, service, honesty, fairness, and justice. >> jessamy needs strong voter turnout especially from her base of supporters. outside of polling places, some of h
us the original projections were 25% to 30% turnout. as of 3:00 this afternoon it was far less than 20% in the county. early voting is only counting for about 3% of the voters. she says this could be a record year in a bad way. >> we're averaging anywhere from 200 to 300 at a precinct. there are 23 precincts in baltimore county, some coming in just breaking 500 after 3:00 today. that's pretty low. >> is that surprising? >> it is. i was expecting at least 25% to 30% turnout. we had a 33% turnout back in 2006. for the gubernatorial primary. so i was hoping we would reach around that. >> both brown and jones say they do expect the numbers to pick up. some after people start getting off work and going to the polls but not by much. roosevelt leftwich, abc2 news. >>> for months you've heard them talk about the changes they would bring to the community. gregg bernstein says he understands crime, patricia jessamy says you need her experience. tonight you decide who is the best person for the state's attorney job in baltimore city. we begin with christian schaffer who is live in south baltim
televised town hall meeting today, the focus, jobs. 11 news reporter kate amara joins us live from washington with the latest. good morning, kate. >> good morning, mindy. good morning, stan. just six weeks to go now till election day, and so president barack obama is hitting the campaign trail. today, that includes cable tv. >> hello! >> a black tie dinner at the height of campaign season. president barack obama continues to spread his economic message. >> it was about a plan to rescue our economy and rebuild it on a new foundation. >> the campaigner-in-chief hits the trail in earnest this week, rallying voters, raising money for democratic candidates, and talking directly to americans today during a televised town hall-style meeting on jobs and the economy. >> i think the president has to -- like a razor blade -- go after the single issue upper most in the minds of the american people, and that's employment. >> the g.o.p. is pushing back, hoping to regain power on capitol hill in november, accusing democrats of spending too much. >> democrats' job-killing policies have left our sm
arrested without incident by u.s. marshals yesterday in washington state, about 40 miles south of seattle. police say palmer, charged in a stabbing, made up a medical emergency in order to escape. he now faces additional charges. a man whom police accused of fleeing the scene of an armed robbery in northeast of war is now in custody. authorities say two men held a of pharmacy at a shopping center yesterday. investigators a police arrived on the scene after a guard reportedly fired several shots at the armed suspect. police said they have recovered one weapon. the names of the suspects have not been released. >> if you have ever canceled or stop using an e-mail account, you think it is probably gone for good and will never be used again. but that did not happen to one local man. >> michael says a long time ago, 11 years ago, he had a paid aol e-mail account that he thought he canceled. >> i terminated our agreement with aol and stop paying the yearly maintenance fee. i expected everything to be finalized and finished. >> that was 1999. imagine his surprise when he logged onto that account
to one in cash on hand. >> marilyn's first attempt at early voting began today. officials tell us they want went well. george is here with more on this. what kind of turnout did we have? >> pretty good, officials say. they were not sure exactly what to expect because voters are not used to going to the polls 11 days before election day. tonight we have the first card numbers on how this early voting experiment did the first timeout. >> doug and glory are two of the more than 12,000 who took advantage of the inaugural attempt at early voting on friday. it is the kind of turnout state election officials had hoped for. the last update was set by p.m. prince george's, baltimore, and anne arundel counties were the top turnouts. >> if the numbers they the same as they were today, we will reach that 20%. >> these and around a county candidates did not expect early voting to keep -- anne arundel candidates. >> i think it shows that a good decision was made in giving the voters that opportunity. >> doesn't favor one party chances of winning over another? >> that is tough to say. this is ma
usually used to secure vehicles. >> reporter: according to the charging documents, cecilia mitchell was struck in the head multiple times. d'lana simmons was still inside when they arrived. she said she hit her aunt with a club and there was blood on it. simmons was in the dining room. her hands were covered with blood and blood spatter patterns were on her clothing and skin. police say simmons, whose name is on a mailbox here, told the 9-1-1 operator, quote, i hurt my aunt and i don't know why. she's being held in police custody on murder charges. >> reporter: and at this point, police are still looking for a motive in the attack. back to you. >> all right, thank you very much, pat warren. >> in tonight's campaign 2010 report. the race for governor has been a close one since former governor bob ehrlich announced he would challenge governor martin o'malley. but tonight, one candidate has an edge. vic has the newly released rasmussen poll. >> tonight, it is a rematch. and tonight, rasmussen research shows that o'malley is leading ehrlich, 57% to 47%. that's the first time the democra
freeney with us. now, why were you able to get to eli manning the way that you did tonight? >> i think it has a lot to do with what we do every day. it's about training and practice and about the colts who are around here. we get after quarterbacks is what we do. especially when we get leads. opportunity to make some plays happen. >> eddie: you and robert mathis are the masters of the sack fumble. you had two tonight. how are you able to take advantage of particularly giants left tackle david diehl? >> i think every time we go after the quarterback, running back, we are trained to go ahead and cause that fumble. i think, you know, probably originate lawrence taylor on that and i grew up watching him. robert does a great job. whenever we get an opportunity we try to strip the ball. >> eddie: uncharacteristic way to start the season last week with a loss. how important was it for you to come out strong from the start? >> very important. especially a home game. we want to start off the season on a good noit note. obviously, the first game didn't happen. why 16 games and opportunities to p
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